Monday, December 20, 2010

Let your inner child sing Do Re Mi!

is a Japanese singer 
and hostess in “Do-Re-Mi no TV”.

This NHK educational program
has been awarded the 
Grand Prize of Good Design 2004 
and is 100% Japanese.

Be brave and enter this magical world!

Follow your heart, click the objects and have fun!

The little blue bird will bring you Home safe  :-)

Do - Re - Mi

(click to watch the videos)

click here to watch more videos

(click the water drops and the birds in the site to find more music scores)

(playable in Region2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East (including Egypt)


Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Fada Moranga loves Fantastic Toys!

Timothy Haugen, the author

"I love designing and making toys! It allows me to combine all my favorite artistic activities such as sculpting, drawing and sewing.

My career as a toy maker began over 5 years ago making miniature dolls and puppets. Soon after that I discovered the world of plush and quickly became enamored with the awesome cuteness.

My toys seem to bring out the antsy pants feeling of being a kid in a toy store. Whether it may be just a smile or squeals of delight, they make people happy. Inspired by Japanese crafts my kawaii (japanese for super cute) softies are my spin of the indie plush craze.

Each collectible toy is handmade from my original patterns. My soft toys may start as a sketch or just an idea. The process of making a pattern can be at times difficult and may take several attempts to achieve the desired look of a character. Felt is the material I mainly work with. I enjoy felt because its easy to work with and has a long history in the toy industry.

I have imagined a world of sweet forest dwellers that include forest folk, fawns and critters with a playful and whimsical spirit.

Whenever possible I use eco friendly materials to construct my plush. Because some toys have small parts they are best suited for display. They are not recommended for small children. I hope you enjoy my toys as much as I like making them."

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Pocoyo is in New York!!!

Ice skating at the Rockefeller Center rink

Pocoyo is thrilled to spend his First American Christmas in one of the United States’ most celebrated cities, New York, also known as
“The Big Apple.”

To celebrate the holiday season, Pocoyo is inviting his new American fans to share in his exploration of New York City with a
“25 Days of Christmas” promotion.

click to watch the video

Pocoyo outside the famous Empire State Building

On his way to the top!

The Empire State Building

Pocoyo’s adventures in “The Big Apple” will be recorded each day in his blog as he visits landmark locations all over New York City.

By following Pocoyo’s New York City adventures, participants and their children can experience and discover the most iconic destinations in “The Big Apple” during the city’s most exciting time of the year… the holiday season.

Pocoyo wants everyone to join in on his 
 holiday celebration at Pocoyo World!

Then you will receive a free upgrade to 
Pocoyo World’s Premium Club :)

(1) Go to
(2) Click to Play Pocoyoworld (top right of the screen)
(3) Follow steps to register
(4) Input code USXM3DSTCGDY in the code machine.


(click to view large)

Pocoyo World



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